You can pick up copies of our free 'Parkland and Wildlife' and 'London 2012' trails at our Information Point located in the Pavilion at International Quarter London(opposite Pret between 11am – 4pm daily). Alternatively, these and our Discover, Children and Art trails are available to download below.
London 2012 trail
Relive and celebrate the thrill of the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with our London 2012 trail – you’ll hear the sounds of Team GB and ParalymicsGB success and get active as you see how you measure up against the best sporting stars in the world!
Children's Adventures in the Park trail
The exciting Explorer’s Guide to Adventures in the Park is the perfect way for children to enjoy the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. The guide’s ‘secret missions’ will encourage young ones to explore and interact with London’s newest Park.
Feeling artistic? The Park is also packed with loads of amazing art – you’ll be able to explore them all with our Art in the Park trail. Inspired by local history, landscape and ground-breaking events; there are lots of interesting artworks to discover!
Parkland and Wildlife trail
And for the nature lovers among you, you can observe, listen and discover bustling animal habitats, waterways, colourful flowers and plants with our Biodiversity and Landscape Exploring Walk – look out for framed panels and plaques in the ground to find out more.
Discover the Park
Find out all about the Park's active trails, little-known stories and fantastic spots to explore. Whether you're inspired by the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games or interested in finding
10 years on Legacy trail
The brand new Legacy Trail celebrates the 10 year anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Spot the iconic frames scattered across 7.5km of the Queen Elizabeth Park where you can find out more about the iconic venue.
Groundbreakers: Heritage trail and guide
Telling the back story of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park site from the Bronze Age to the Digital Age
The area now occupied by the Park has a long and complex history of human settlement, manufacture, and recreational use, as well as a changing population of plants and animals. In these ways the site has continually responded to the larger forces at work in London - and the world - over the past centuries. This tour celebrates the area before the Park with a free, online map and guide features information and photographs about 32 historic sites and topics, a downloadable guidebook, and an Augmented Reality trail accessed using QR codes displayed at nine key locations in the Park. There are also teaching materials and session plans for schools and youth groups visiting the Park, developed by a professional teacher and field trip leader.
Please note that these are large files and may take a few minutes to download.